Sat night Sun mornin and you're all over the case as ever. You really are an unsaveable statto arentcha?View media item 398
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Top graph is number of tests per day in Scotland and bottom graph is number of people tested.
Probable correlation is people tend to get tested twice which makes sense though the numbers still look small though admittedly there won't be the same demands for tests that there was in peak April weeks.
It's an interesting chart. I note though that the past 5 year average is generally lower, out with the covid period, than the current year. This means that there must be a year with higher than normal deaths. That is a year where there were excess deaths. This suggests to me that for a true comparison we need to take that year out and view the current year against the others or see this year against each of the other years.
Registrars strike? It doesn't seem to carry on into 1990?
I'm sure I saw the national average was 47%. For some reason when I try to download the excel spreadsheet, where I think that information might be, I get kicked out back to my previous page.Care homes?
Did I see 65% of deaths in Midlothian were in care homes?
That’s a scandal